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U.S., Japan, Australia, New Zealand and United Kingdom form Pacific group​

What happened to Quad?
India getting cold shoulders from all sides. :)
Modi being a bad sport frowns the whole time and doesn't even raise the cup to cheer.
You know how in university dorm there's like 4 people in a room and among them they have 8 different groups on social media based on various attributes? That's what this is.
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I agree. There is nothing easy about making your own space program. And South Korea is one of the most advanced economies in the world. It might not be the largest but they have similar technological level to Germany. I would actually say their technological level at this time is way ahead of Germany. Germany cannot manufacture a lot of high-tech products which the South Koreans have no issue in building. If anything I think Germany's technology base regressed since the end of the Cold War. Germany cannot build a nuclear reactor to save their life if they wanted to and South Korea builds them. And most high tech products made by German industry are even more dependent on collaboration with other nations than South Korea's. The semiconductor industry, there is just no comparison possible.

You are correct that fuel handling and storage are also big issues with hypergolics. It is quite finicky. And the hypergolic fuel that North Korea recently managed to produce for their latest ICBMs, UDMH, only a handful of countries have historically produced it.
Wow, wait for a temper tantrum from mr. "Germanic engineering".

P. S. Agree with you completely.
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President Alberto Fernández on Friday asked the BRICS group of emerging economies to incorporate Argentina as a full member as he joined the bloc's 14th summit via videoconference.
The Peronist leader said Argentina wanted to join talks over "an agenda for the future" and used his platform to call for changes in the way in which the Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are allocated.
"We are honoured by the invitation to this expanded BRICS meeting. We aspire to become full members of this group of nations that already represents 42 percent of the world's population and 24 percent of the global gross domestic product," said the president.